U.S. At War: Work, Opinions, Feuds

From the acts and opinions of their Congressmen the U.S. people last week could piece together an authoritative index of some problems they fare in 1943. No paramount issue of U.S. policy, foreign or domestic, had yet been placed for action before the new and determined 78th Congress, but the Senators and Representatives were making news all over the lot. Some was good, old-fashioned rowdy Congressional news which revolved around personalities; some reflected the serious tone of a Congress engaged in war:

Up, Up, Up. ... In the Senate, crusty, old Walter F. George,...

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